President Biden’s recent executive order on refugees includes a study on the effects of climate change on migration, as well as options for “protection and rehabilitation of individuals” displaced by environmental change.

Order for study comes in a 4 February “Reconstruction and Enhancement of Programs for Refugees and Resettlement to the Impact of Climate Change on Migration.”

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The study will be led by National Security Advisor, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense and Homeland Security, as well as USAID and Director of National Intelligence – and on climate change and its impact on migration, forced migration, internal displacement, and planned relocation.

The order stated that the report would include “a discussion of the international security implications of climate-related migration” as well as “options for the protection and rehabilitation of persons directly or indirectly displaced by climate change”.

The request for the report comes as part of Biden’s effort by the US to increase the number of refugees each year. Former President Donald Trump lowered the cap to 15,000, and Biden rose to 125,000 for the next financial year.

The order “proposes mechanisms to identify such individuals, through referrals” and “how these findings should affect the United States’ use of foreign aid to mitigate the negative effects of climate change.” -Also requests for how the US can work with international groups. And NGO

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While it is unclear what the report will conclude, or what the Biden administration will do as a result of the report, activists and some Democrats have long been asking for the US to help “climate migrants”.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Included in his Democratic presidential platform a policy of “welcoming migrants displaced by climate change” and pushed to accept a minimum of 50,000 “climate migrants” in his first year in office .

Any such move is likely to be strongly opposed by Republicans, who have expressed concern about any broad definition of refugees.

More than two dozen Republicans, previously in a letter received by Granthshala News, wrote to the administration expressing concern about the refugees – and included concerns about the report.

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“We remind you that the so-called ‘climate refugees’ are not included in the definition of ‘refugee’ in section 101 (a) (42) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, a definition that relates to US obligations under relevant international instruments.” Corresponds., “The letter states.

The letter also stated that the Biden administration should not expand this definition through administrative action, nor participate in the efforts of some activist groups.